Some might say Windows 7 has brought new life to the Microsoft operating system. We are regularly bringing you free Windows 7 training videos and articles, from IT pro interests like MCTS exams and network configuration, to the basics of hot keys and home networking.
Whether you’re hunting for a job or trying to keep the one you have, knowing what skills are actually useful and marketable is critical. If you think you can get by with out-of-date experience. Know which skills are obsolete so you don’t become the same.
What’s a key thing you need to know to get a job in healthcare IT? The answer might surprise you. TrainSignal customer Mark Latham shares what he’s learned in eight years in the business, including how to stay relevant and learning to love your job.
With minimal Windows XP support ending next year, it’s time to migrate to another OS. Which one should you choose? We compare the options available and give you tips to help you transition out of XP.
Looking for an easy way to perk up your cranky operating system? Windows 8 has a solution. We take a look at the Refresh and Reset options available.
We take a look at the ways in which project management and service management work together in the IT world and how this shapes the role of the project manager.
In the second installment of our My Decade in IT series we discuss the ways to advance your career and make productive changes. Learn why it’s bad to stay in one place and how you can create your own opportunities for advancement.
The IT certification landscape is large and diverse. Since technology from different vendors like Microsoft, Citrix and VMware changes frequently, knowing the impact on your career and be difficult to understand. Use this guide to make sure you start your certification exam prep efforts with the right path in mind.
IT certification can be complicated. This guide will help you understand the differences between the certification paths, why you should get certified, and which exams to take first.
With its newest computer ratings out, Consumer Reports noticed a trend: Many of the computers at the top of its recommended list still run Windows 7.
In Part 2 of Getting Familiar with iSCSI, Tony gives a step by step tutorial on how to configure iSCSI initiator. Once the iSCSI target has been installed according to Part 1, you can configure the client on a separate machine and test snapshots.
Explore your storage options by learning how to use iSCSI to transmit data independent of physical location. This first of a two-part series will go step by step on how to install the free Microsoft iSCSI target using Windows Server 2008 R2.
Windows 7 has been on the market for quite some time now. While Windows 7 is considered by many to be a huge improvement from the loathed Vista, here are some long dues criticisms of the Microsoft operating system.
Why should you protect the data stored on your USB drives? How can you quickly and easily implement strong data protection on your USB devices? These are the questions we’ll cover in this video and how-to tutorial from security expert Mike Danseglio.
Want to let your code run with privileges? Learn how in this video excerpt from Eric Burke’s Course “Developing for Windows 7”. In this video you’ll see how UI Privilege Isolation (UIPI) restricts the interaction between windows based on the user account the window is running in as well as how to allow your code [...]
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Microsoft’s Windows Thin PC (WinTPC) is a locked down version of Windows 7 that allows companies to take existing computers within the organization and turn them into thin clients. Learn more about WinTPC and how it works.